How to work with your MEA/AYP Data. Title One-School Improvement Team Rachelle Tome- Director of Accountability & School Improvement- email@example.com Robin Bray- firstname.lastname@example.org George Tucker- email@example.com Matthew Faragher-Houghton- firstname.lastname@example.org
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Title One-School Improvement Team
Rachelle Tome-Directorof Accountability&
Robin Bray- email@example.com
Matthew Faragher-Houghton- firstname.lastname@example.org
23 State House Station, Augusta, Maine 04333
Phone: (207) 624-6705 Fax: (207) 624-6706
Download, view and print the report as a pdf file. (1172KB)
Most MEA reports contain student names and should be handled with caution and care.
School administrative units must enroll students in the MEDMS Student
Information System no later than October 15, 2006.
The MEDMS home page is available at: http://www.maine.gov/education/medms/
The following information will be available on the MEDMS Student Information website: http://www.maine.gov/education/medms/studentinfolist.htm
SOURCE: INFORMATIONAL LETTER 4, 2007
Select “School Report”
Summary of Scores listed in scaled score format.
% of students Performance vs. District and State
Student participation information including:
Ethnicity, Accommodations and PAAP
Reading and Math Results including achievement %, content clusters, and student questionnaire items
Click on “School Summary”
This report summarizes Reading, Math, Science and Technology.
Specifically the number of students in WHOLE GROUP that:
DOES NOT MEET
And reports Mean Scaled Score for every grade in the school!
pdf report for
All students are listed alphabetically
and with their MEDMS ID number.
Also listed on this report are:
Grade Level Expectation (Enhanced GLE’s)
Item Type (MC, SA, CR)
Total Possible Points
Remember this file contains student names and is a
Confidential FERPA list. Take off names when using with any
audience other than school employees that have direct connection to students.
Also listed are cluster level points earned , total points earned, scaled score and achievement level of each student.
Look at the csv file (comma separated variables)
Remember this file contains student names and is a confidential FERPA list. Take off names when using with any audience other than school employees that have direct connection to students.
Orange-FAY (Full Academic Year)
Pink-LEP (Limited English Proficient)
There are a total of 45 columns of information on the CSV file. Several columns that can be eliminated if desired.
Student’s name Points Earned
SPED Student Items
When saving this file, make sure to save as a workbook or it will not save colors and other data.
There are three reports to choose from:
-State AYP Report
-District AYP Report
-School AYP Report
This report contains:
WHOLE GROUP Reading
WHOLE GROUP Math
Also, whether the district met participation requirements of 95%.
Select “Maine Alternative Assessment (PAAP)
223 students took PAAP and 35% were proficient
172 students took PAAP and 31% were proficient
217 students took PAAP and 36% were proficient
224 students took PAAP and 40% were proficient
Questions/Additional Information? Contact:
Linda Parkin at 624-6782, email@example.com or
Karen Darling at 624-6678, firstname.lastname@example.org
REMEMBER: AYP will be determined for
any NCLB sub group with 20 or more
Next year AYP for Reading and Math
will be determined by combining
all grades (3-8) in a school and
will use one year data.
Grades 3-8 is 40%
It is important to remember that 2006 MEA scores at grades 4 and 8 represent different scores based on different content standards and different achievement standards. The test was not easier or harder than past years, but was different.
The No Child Left Behind Act requires that at least 95% of all students in grades 3-8 take part in the MEA. In Maine, fully 99% of students took part at each grade and in each subject, which is a reflection on the commitment of Maine schools to this process. The MEA is designed to provide access to all students through standard administration of the test, participation by students with approved accommodations, or through alternate assessment.
Please go to the following link and down load Released
Items for Grades 3-8 to your hard drive.
MEA Test items are connected and matched to the
2007 Enhanced Grade Level Expectations. It is
important that all teachers are instructing and assessing
using the Enhanced GLE’s at their specific grade level.
Please go to the link below to down load Enhanced GLE's
for reading and math.
Currently there are 3 elementary schools,
38 Middle Schools, on CIPS status for
2006-2007. Twenty of these schools are
receiving Title One funds. There are currently
6 High Schools on hold.
05-06 Gr. 4 and 8 only had 3 each in this sub group.
06-07, there are now 20 in the sub group and it will be used to determine AYP for the school.
How does your school’s data compare?
How did your school’s data compare?
How does your school’s data compare?